Everyone Can Enjoy the Parkway
The Parkway is generally accessible, and we strive to provide meaningful experiences to all people.
If your questions concerning accessibility are unanswered after reading information in this section of our website, please contact us.
Access to the Parkway is free for everyone. You can learn about the The America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Access Pass—or more simply, the Access Pass—which provides a wide range of discounts on activities and services when you visit federal lands that charge fees. The pass is available online or at other locations where park passes are sold. (The Parkway does not sell passes.)
Some Parkway brochures are available in Braille, and most public facilities within the Parkway are wheelchair accessible as are the pull offs and overlooks found along the drive. Each campground has handicapped accessible campsites.
Overview of the Natchez Trace Parkway
Click here to hear an overview description or read the transcript.
The table below has descriptions and links to accessible information. It starts near Natchez at mile post 0 and milepost numbers increase as the Parkway leads you north to Nashville.
Accessible Options by Milepost
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In addition to the above locations, each pullout along the Parkway has a routed sign that can be read from the vehicle. Interpretive signs at trailheads and parking areas are also wheelchair accessible.
Last updated: January 16, 2023